God's Will To Heal - page 11

The man who had the lunatic son said, “Lord, I believe, help my unbelief,” and his boy was
Concerning Jairus’ daughter, the Bible says Jesus told Jairus, “Don’t be afraid; only believe,”
and he obviously did.
This was the case in 10 times out of the 19. Now in 6 more of the 19 cases, you can see their
faith. It doesn’t say, “Your faith made you whole,” but you can see it.
What is conspicuous for its absence? It is any reference that it might not be the will of God, or it
might not be time, or that it’s up to God, and nobody really knows how and why, and you just
have to wait and see. Can you hear it? Any time the same thing is said over and over in the Bible,
10 times, we should be getting a clue. What is the clue? Your faith will make you whole.
How is it going to happen? It’s going to happen according to your faith, according to what you
believe. People don’t like that. They don’t want to hear that. They want to believe something
else. But friend, if you want results, if you’d like to see miracles in your life, if you want to live
long, you better get a hold of this and realize that your faith makes the difference.
We know that is the case with salvation. What if someone says, “Well, do you believe in Jesus as
your Lord and Savior?” and the person answers, “Uh, well, not really. Does it make any
difference if I believe it or not?” Yes!
But people are saying the same thing, aren’t they? “Well, does it make any difference if I believe
whether it’s His will for me to be healed or not? Isn’t it just up to Him?” It makes a difference
what we believe. It is according to our faith that we’re healed.
As you believed, so be it done to you. Your faith made you whole. It was according to your faith.
That is the Bible. Why believe something else? Why do people say it’s according to the will of
You do know that we’re in the minority believing this. Why do millions emphasize and say that
healing is according to the will of God? Why didn’t the Lord say that, at least in a couple of
these cases, or in even one? It’s not in the Bible, so it’s unscriptural. I know it’s popular and
widespread, but nonetheless, it is unscriptural. The Bible says, “According to your faith.” “As
you believed.” “Your faith made you whole.” “Go in peace. Be healed. Your faith did it.” Jesus
is talking. He said, “Your faith did it.”
“Are you saying that my faith can make me whole?” Absolutely not.
not saying it.
Friend, this is good news. What if the doctors have run every test and exhausted every drug, and
they say, “I’m sorry, but there’s nothing we can do”? Can you still be healed? Yes. Your faith
can make you whole, and it’s easier than you think.
Some say, “Oh, I know, but that faith... If I had enough faith…but it’s hard to get in faith...”
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